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Re: #%* kid


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Posted by Peanut on August 17, 2004 at 10:22:08 from (12.10.115.129):

In Reply to: #%* kid posted by screaminhollow on August 17, 2004 at 09:10:25:

Lawn tractors ... well, they are easy to break. I know that well because my Crapsman is always in need of a new part or two.

Farm truck ... you are right. Tell him not to touch it because it is not his.

8N ... that is just a darn shame. As a proud owner of a top running 1940 9N I can feel your pain.

My 21 yr old only helps when I bust his chops enough where he feels guilty. Then whatever he does needs to be redone by me because it is always halfway right. Its not that I am that picky. Its just that when you mow the grass, you really have to mow all of it. Leaving a 6ft swipe along the edge of the fence just isn't doing the job. Oh well.


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